Frequently Asked Questions - Registration and Payment

How do I register for a study course?

 How do I pay?

How do I know if I have been registered for a study course?

Do you refund fees?

Is there a different registration process if I want to follow the "key Facts" route for a study course?

 

 

How do I register for a study course? 

Step 1 Registration Applicants first need to fill out and submit the online registration form specifying which study course they wish to follow. Applicants will receive a reply via email confirming receipt of their application (please ensure that a valid email address is entered in the registration form).

Step 2: Payment Following registration, bank details will be provided by us. The fee must be paid via bank transfer.  Please send a confirmation of your payment by email to us using the contact us form 

Step 3: Confirmation and access  We will confirm receipt of the applicant's payment via email and the delegate(s) will receive a username and password allowing access to the study course which has been chosen. The study course takes part in stages and access to the materials will be given at intervals agreed with the delegate or the organiser of the course

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  How do I pay?

Payment is by bank transfer. Once we have received your registration, we will send you an e mail with details of the bank account to be paid

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How do I know if I have been registered for a study course?

Once we receive your registration form, we will send you an e mail confirmation. When we have received payment, we will e mail you a confirmation of your place on the course and a username and password giving access to the introductory materials for the course

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Do you refund fees?

We do not refund payment once it has been received for a particular course.

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Is there a different registration process if I want to follow the "key Facts" route for a study course? 

 No. The key facts route has precisely the same course materials as the in depth version of the study course except that the reading materials from the course text book are not a compulsory part of the course and this route has a different set of quizzes (which can be passed without the text book reading). This enables participants to study the materials in the depth which is appropriate for them and to tailor the time commitment to suit their needs. This also means that participants can decide, as they go along, which version of the course to attempt. Of course, if they follow the Key facts route they will be issued with a key facts certificate and, if they require continuing professional development points, the points allocation will be less.

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